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戦争と紛争

News / 2022年7月8日

The number of people affected by hunger globally rose to as many as 828 million in 2021, according to a new UN report that provides fresh evidence that the world is moving in reverse, away from the Sustainable Development Goals.

Blog / 2022年7月8日

While the NATO Summit ended in Madrid with net commitments to double spending on weapons and to increase by eight-fold the number of troops in Europe, the total of hungry people worldwide now marks an unprecedented record.

Blog / 2022年7月8日

6月30日、マドリードでの北大西洋条約機構(NATO)サミットが、武器への支出を2倍にし、ヨーロッパの軍隊の数を8倍に増やすという最終の約束を持って終了したと同時に、世界中の飢えた人々の総数は今や前例のない記録を打ち立てていると、IPSニュースのバヘール・カメル氏は書いています。

Blog / 2022年6月14日

STWR were sad to learn of the recent passing of Bruce Kent, the renowned peace campaigner who strongly supported the cause for sharing in building a more just and equal world.  

Blog / 2022年6月1日

The invasion of Ukraine, which has triggered a hefty increase in military spending among Western nations and a rise in humanitarian and military assistance to the beleaguered country, is now threatening to undermine the flow of ODA to the world’s poorer nations.

Blog / 2022年5月13日

Two important reports were released last month, neither getting the kind of attention they deserve, writes Vijay Prashad for the Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research.

News / 2022年5月13日

World military spending continued to grow in 2021, reaching an all-time high of $2.1 trillion. This was the seventh consecutive year that spending increased, reports the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). 

Blog / 2022年5月6日

世界の地政学的様相の大きな変化を認めることは重要ですが、何百万もの人々が、彼らが関与していない世界的な紛争の代償を払って飢えていることを忘れるべきではありません。

 
News / 2022年5月6日

The number of people suffering from extreme hunger reached an all-time high in 2021 and is on track to increase further this year—unless wealthy countries ramp up efforts to "tackle the root causes of food crises rather than just responding after they occur."

Blog / 2022年5月6日

As the West is busy dealing with its own economic woes while cutting off Russian exports, little heed is being paid to those suffering the most, writes Ramzy Baroud.